Prime Time Sports and Entertainment Conference in Toronto November 11-12.

This is one of the premier sports and entertainment symposiums of the year. Read below for detail regarding subject matter and participants. 
 

Leading Edge Strategies for Managing and Marketing the Business of Sport

The 6th Annual Prime Time Sports Management Conference and Trade Show
November 11-12, 2013
Westin Harbour Castle Hotel
Toronto, Canada

 

   

 
 
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Welcome to PrimeTime Sports and Entertainment

The 6th Annual PrimeTime Sports Management Conference and Trade Show will be held on Monday, November 11 and Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel in Toronto.

 

PrimeTime Sports & Entertainment Inc. is a Toronto-based management and consulting firm founded by Brian Burke and Trevor Whiffen which provides a unique range of services dealing with the business of sports.
Drawing upon its extensive network of contacts in the sports and entertainment industry,PrimeTime has established itself as a leader in the field of sports and event management,consulting, education,

 

media training and networking. The principal goal of PrimeTime is to provide members of the sports industry with an opportunity to work with and learn from leading industry experts regarding the representation of athletes and the challenges of operating professional teams, leagues, facilities and media outlets.

 

 

 

Past Speakers Include
  • Kevin Abrams

    Assistant General Manager,
    New York Giants

    Kevin Abrams is in his 11th season as the Giants’ Assistant General Manager after serving for three years as the team’s Salary Cap Analyst. Read More

  • Gary Bettman

    Commissioner,
    National Hockey League

    Born in New York, Gary Bettman was an avid New York Islanders fan growing up in Queens. Prior to assuming his role as Commissioner of the NHL .. Read More

  • Bill Polian

    NFL Analyst and Former President and Vice Chairman ,
    Indianapolis Colts

    Bill Polian was the President and Vice Chairman of the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League from 1998 to 2011 .. Read More

  • Ned Colletti

    General Manager,
    Los Angeles Dodgers

    Ned Colletti enters his eighth season as General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, making him the fifth-longest tenured GM in the National League .. Read More

 

Click Here to View the List of All Past Speakers

“I thought this year’s panels were excellent, thanks in large part to the strength of the panellists, who were well-informed and well spoken.”
Gord Miller

The Sports Network
Gord Miller

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Patrice Whiffen
Director of Marketing, Events & Media
(519) 868-2399
patricewhiffen@primetimesport.ca
199 Bay Street Suite #2200,
P.O. Box 447
Commerce Court Postal Station
Toronto, Ontario, M5L 1G4 

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World Series Game One: Cardinals Give a Game to the Red Sox

The Red Sox won World Series Game One last night 8-1 on a series of Cardinal mistakes, great Red Sox pitching (or poor Cardinals hitting), and some timely hitting. It was 5-0 after two innings. The Cardinals allowed a pop up to land near the mound, flubbed a potential double play, bounced a pick off attempt, bobbled a  ball in the outfield, and allowed a wild pitch, and those are the events I recalled this morning. The lone St. Louis run came in the ninth as Matt Holliday homered to left center field.
The teams play tonight and remember this is baseball and last night will have no impact on tonight. Baseball players are accustomed to losing as even the best teams lose 40% of the time.  The unavoidable fact here is that home field advantage is a real advantage in the World Series and if that home field is Fenway Park, double the effect. The Cardinals will have to win one in Fenway to win the series, let’s hope tonight’s game is a more skillfully played contest and that the outcome is in doubt until the ninth.
As for my preference, it is for a seven game series as there is only the long, cold winter afterwards, so I like to have winners and losers alternate until game seven. GO Cards!!